ABC has found a final home for "Alias," which will move to Wednesdays in the spring. "Alias," which has been off the air since the end of last year, will air Wednesdays at 8 p.m. starting April 19…
The Olympics ratings may have proved a disappointment to NBC in primetime, but the Games were cable's worst nightmare: Only two of the 10 top-rated cable networks -- USA and FX -- harvested more…
Courteney Cox will topline the FX drama pilot "Dirt," a project she is exec producing with husband David Arquette and scribe Matthew Carnahan. Signing marks Cox's first major TV role since "Friends"…
ABC News has inked a deal with SmartVideo Technologies, a distributor of video to cell phones that also distributes "Naked News." Alphabet digital network ABC News Now will be available via…
Debmar-Mercury has cleared a two-hour block of educational and informative programming to air on stations covering 70% of U.S. TV households.
Looking to ride whatever momentum it got from the Olympics, NBC dealt a winning hand with the first hour of its revamped Monday sked but was trumped by the competish in its second.
Fox's "American Idol" easily won its head-to-head ratings battles with the Olympic Games last week and helped carry the net to a victory for the frame in key demos.
In a rapid-fire presentation to investors Tuesday, BSkyB chief exec James Murdoch spelled out three initiatives for 2006 at the British-based satcaster.
NBC News prexy Steve Capus brought former "Today" producer Doug Vaughan back to the news division as VP in a bid to boost high-profile bookings and longform programming.
Hit Entertainment, the U.K. firm behind preschooler skeins "Barney" and "Bob the Builder," is joining the bidding battle for rights house Chorion, whose properties include "Noddy," Agatha Christie's…